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Melancholia is more favorable than mania in pregnancy, but after labor mania gives the better prognosis.
The forms of mental disturbance commonest in puerperal insanity are mania with or without delirium, melancholia, and dementia.
He passed through one of those terrific crises of melancholia which at long intervals threatened his reason.
His melancholia started in about that time, and he began to suspect everybody, including me.
Melancholia is a condition of abnormal sadness without disorder of intelligence or memory.
In fact, he was the subject of frequent attacks of melancholia which the many friends that he had made had found inexplicable.
THE HINDERED HANDSUTTON E. GRIGGS
But even admitting that there was melancholia, there was no mania about Mohammed.
For the development of melancholia a predisposition seems to be necessary.
Almost any human interest may thus become the root of excitement or discouragement leading to mania or melancholia.
RELIGION AND HEALTHJAMES J. WALSH
Some of the supposed signs of witchcraft resemble those of mania and melancholia.

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